While death is a natural part of life, it is important for certain institutions to do everything possible to avoid unexpected deaths from occurring. This is where Excel Medical has taken up the gauntlet by using patient surveillance and predictive analytics technology to eradicate deaths occurring unexpectedly in hospitals. Already having AlarmView and TeleTrend apps in their arsenal, the addition of the Wave platform will offer predictive algorithms to those who use Epic’s EHR (Electronic Health Record).
Excel Medical's Wave platform, now part of its TeleTrend and AlarmView apps, offers predictive algorithms to Epic EHR users.
Epic approved Excel Medical's patient surveillance and predictive algorithm platform for its App Orchard, Excel Medical confirmed May 8.
MedGadget - Excel Medical, a medtech company based in Jupiter, Florida, has developed the WAVE patient surveillance and predictive algorithm platform. The system monitors patient physiological information, such as vital signs, in healthcare facilities. It then aggregates, integrates and displays this data in a variety of formats, including through smartphones, tablet computers and electronic medical record systems. This allows medical staff to access and appraise patients remotely, in real-time.
Chicago Tribune - A serious commitment to eradicating unexpected deaths leads to new policies and new hires.
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wRadio Columbia - Lance Burton, manager of Excel Medical, says that 'Wave Clinical Platform' issues alerts to doctors up to 6 hours before the patient suffers a heart attack.
Modern Healthcare - The FDA approved the WAVE Clinical Platform, made by Excel Medical. The system assesses patients' risks of deteriorating, alerting care providers six hours before the patients' conditions actually get worse.